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  • Wilmington-area home sales up nearly 20 percent
    Wilmington-area home sales up nearly 20 percent

    Home sales continue to rise with the temperatures in the Cape Fear region with last month the best May since 2006 and home sales up a sprightly 19 percent over May 2015. May’s hot numbers continue the winning ways in 2016 for the local real estate market, with home sales up every month this year […]

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  • Wilmington attorneys advise property owners on eminent domain

    WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The Military Cutoff Extension project is set to affect more than a hundred property owners in New Hanover County. The NC Eminent Domain Law Firm hosted a meeting for property owners to show people how they can get everything they can from the NCDOT. Attorneys say the project estimates puts it […]

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  • September Wilmington Real Estate News
    September Wilmington Real Estate News

      RALEIGH — North Carolina’s housing market is recovering nicely from the national housing crisis around 2005 and 2006. Economists, bankers and real estate experts are talking about that and challenges facing the housing market during the annual American Mortgage Conference in Raleigh this week. First time homeowner Blaine Wiles just moved into his new […]

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  • Council approves ‘cottage housing’ resolution | Wilmington NC News
    Council approves ‘cottage housing’ resolution | Wilmington NC News

    Councilman Neil Anderson’s proposed cottage houses, or small single family homes with similar square footage as a duplex or townhome, to be built on vacant land in neighborhoods. “This is a choice for the developer,” Anderson said. “Is this the right thing, the wrong thing for that piece of property? Is there a market for […]

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  • Slow and steady as she goes Wilmington NC!

    Wilmington, NC – May 2014 – New Home Closings Numbers Give Hints Market Drop is Slowing – Builder Magazine The Wilmington, NC market saw a drop in new home closings year-over-year in May, but compared with April 2014, the percentage decline was less steep, suggesting that the market may be leveling out. New home closings […]

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  • Would you buy without using a Realtor®?
    Would you buy without using a Realtor®?

      193 Saint Marks Court, Wilmington, NC 28409 | 2 Bed, Condo/Townhome For Sale By Owner Rare opportunity to own a creekfront unit in a great location! Enjoy incredible marsh views from almost every room. Community swimming pool, tennis, basketball courts, weight room and club house are steps from your front door. This unit, located […]

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  • Wilmington NC First Time Buyers Beware!!
    Wilmington NC First Time Buyers Beware!!

     HGTV’s ‘Property Virgins’ filming 6 episodes in Wilmington, NC Marilyn Tschudi and Nicki Tschudi talk with host Egypt Sherrod on Friday while on set of HGTV’s “Property Virgins,” which is filming episodes in Wilmington, N.C. Every day, Egypt Sherrod goes on an emotional roller coaster. Luckily for her, it is not her ride. It is […]

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  • Wilmington Renters on the Move

    Interesting Wilmington Real Estate news. Hope it starts turning around! Renters start snagging downtown’s new luxury apartments Allen Davis, Wilmington’s urban design planner, can see plenty of downtown rooftops from the window of his office, but he wants to see many more. That’s because the more densely a downtown is built and populated, the better […]

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  • Was Morrison Bridge contractor caught in ‘experiment gone wrong?’
    Was Morrison Bridge contractor caught in ‘experiment gone wrong?’

    Enlarge Photo Ian Sane via Wikimedia Commons The work on the Morrison Bridge — which aims to rectify problems stemming from construction performed just two years ago — could cause lane closures for several months. A Washington construction company that’s catching heat for the Morrison Bridge’s continued issues believes it’s been vindicated by new plans […]

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  • Pomo Development ready to start 26-home The Woods at Bradley Street

    Jeff Paul is unearthing a plan to build a street on Mount Washington last considered in the 1940s for 26 homes called The Woods at Bradley Street. “The street was never developed so people don’t really know that it exists,” said Paul. Paul, whose Pomo Development recently completed the sold-out Sweetbriar Village in the neighborhood, […]

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